There’s a LOT of material on this site. Make your way through all of it without losing your head! We outline three different study paths, depending on how far away your NREMT test date is.
Compiled from many years of teaching and working with students, this list provides 10 things that people who are successful on the NREMT do starting from the first day of class.
Advice from the former NREMT Executive Director, Bill Brown about what you need to know about the NREMT.
What really is the most important information in the stem of a question? We propose these 4 steps to better analyzing a NREMT question.
Discusses the NREMT exam and the five content sections you will be tested on.
By Dan Limmer Most everyone remembers the stages of death and dying from those first few nights of EMT class – denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. In my years of helping students pass the NREMT, I have observed thoughts and actions similar to those familiar stages introduced by Dr. Kubler Ross. The stages begin […]
One of the biggest pieces of advice given for the NREMT (or any exam for that matter) is “Don’t read into the questions.” It is solid advice—yet many students don’t totally understand its meaning.
Dan Limmer and EMS educator Joe Mistovich walk you through: how and what to study, best-answer vs. correct-answer format, differences between computerized and paper exams, and tips for physical and mental test prep.
The NREMT isn’t going to test facts alone. They test application of those facts. You need to know the material at a deeper level. Learn how to get more practice in answering application questions.
Students mean a wide variety of things when they say they hit the books—many of which don’t turn out to be particularly beneficial when it comes to exam preparation. What should you do?